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Old 28-11-2020, 12:01 AM
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NGC1566 The Spanish Dancer

NGC 1566, The Spanish Dancer, 69 Mly away in Dorado. Taken over 2 nights.

40 x 180 sec Blue
25 x 300 sec Ha
37 x 300 sec L
5 x 480 sec L
40 x 180 sec R
Total 9.83 hrs, 80% moon

ASI1600MM, ED127, ZWO 1.25” filters.
Processed in APP.
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Old 28-11-2020, 05:22 AM
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At 4' X 4' it is a small target.

You have done well Reggie, there is lots of good data there.

I would suggest you play around with different processing techniques and it will get even better.

I have found that too much saturation can cause 'texture' to appear.
Pay careful attention to the stretching (I do it in stages).
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Old 01-12-2020, 03:25 AM
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No experience imaging and processing the Spanish Dancer. But it looks good to me!!!
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